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Posted by Music Appreciation Fail on 10/8/2019, 9:44 am
I'm teaching music appreciation for the first time this year, and I've kind of been flying by the seat of my pants. We've done theory, composition, and an instrument unit. Now, we're starting on the Renaissance and... I'm absolutely lost on how to make this interesting to them. Everything so far has been interactive and hands on, I don't want them to just sit through lectures or videos on the Renaissance, I want them to do something! Does anyone have any ideas? How do you make music history appealing to bored high schoolers?
Also... I have four students in this class.